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« Reply #25 on: Jun 3rd, 2008, 8:33pm »
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on May 30th, 2008, 3:43pm, MordecaiCourage wrote:

 
Looks like a winning combination to me and the season has not even started!! I'm gonna fine tune this group and get my name up in the Gridiron lights!!
 
Head Coach - Mike McCarthy
 
QB's - Marc Bulger, Matt Hasselbeck, Alex Smith, JaMarcus Russell, Trent Edwards
 
RB's - Marion Barber, Reggie Bush, Julius Jones, DeAngelo Williams, DeShaun Foster, Kenny Watson, Ryan Grant, Kolby Smith, Ron Dayne
 
RC's - André Johnson, Torry Holt, Ronald Curry, Greg Jennings, Marques Colston
 
PK's - Kris Brown
 
DU's - Seattle Seahawks

 
Can you say GBRFL2 Championship?!!

 
Yeah.  You can start at least 3 of your 9 RBs.  What do you plan to do at RC??  
 
Oh.  Wait.  Trades may start.  Interested??
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« Reply #26 on: Jun 3rd, 2008, 11:46pm »
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I am always open for trade talks 24/7....
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« Reply #27 on: Jun 4th, 2008, 12:41pm »
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« Reply #28 on: Jun 13th, 2008, 6:07am »
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on Apr 25th, 2003, 3:27pm, StegRock wrote:
MY Boston Celtics whacked the Pacers!

 
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Let's Go CELTICS!!!!

 
 
 
Beat L.A.!  Beat L.A.!  Beat L.A.!

 
 
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« Reply #29 on: Jun 18th, 2008, 5:10am »
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on Jun 13th, 2008, 6:07am, StegRock wrote:

Let's Go CELTICS!!!!

 
 
 
Beat L.A.!  Beat L.A.!  Beat L.A.!

 
 

 

 
 
 
Mind you, I really like KGB's (Kevin Garnett Boston's) style of play, but I must admit I was embarrassed by the behavior he exhibited during his post-game interview with Michelle Tafoya.  I mean... I was embarrassed for him.  The word "dignified" didn't even come close to applying.  He himself would have to cringe looking back at himself. I know I would.  But, I am happy for him, Ray-Ray, and Double-P...ierce.
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Re: the Bleachers
« Reply #30 on: Jun 18th, 2008, 8:59am »
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on Jun 18th, 2008, 5:10am, StegRock wrote:

 
Mind you, I really like KGB's (Kevin Garnett Boston's) style of play...

 
You mean, "soft"?
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« Reply #31 on: Jun 18th, 2008, 5:12pm »
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I mean... I think... "unselfish-ish" (it's all relative in the modern NBA... and professional American sports, in general, I suppose)...
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« Reply #32 on: Jun 23rd, 2008, 1:37am »
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Might I suggest some alternatives to MC's signature line, something a little more definitive and actionable (as "that little extra" is, I contend, too loose, vague and relative and, thus, not particularly meaningful or, at least, not readily applicable)?  Here are some meatier alternatives (that give you a little more to grab on to)...
 
"The difference between ordinary and extraordinary is a matter of stepping up to the plate when the opportunity to make a difference,... make the difference,... make that difference manifest, presents itself."
 
In other more pithy words,...
 
"The difference between ordinary and extraordinary is the difference you make."
 
Or, a different way of looking at it,...
 
"The difference between ordinary and extraordinary is merely a matter of perspective."
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« Reply #33 on: Jun 23rd, 2008, 11:12am »
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nice Steg...however "that little extra" is a play on words that if written otherwise gets lost. I'm not seeking the philosphical meaning of the phrase as much as I am looking for that light play on words. I am keeping it light (loose, vague, relative), while you are keeping it real (definative, actionable, meatier)!!
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« Reply #34 on: Jun 23rd, 2008, 2:53pm »
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on Jun 23rd, 2008, 11:12am, MordecaiCourage wrote:
nice Steg...however "that little extra" is a play on words that if written otherwise gets lost.

 
Uh,... duh... Now, I gotchya... get it! Literally, which is the way I was approaching it (and typically approach things), it is vague, relative and loose.  But, figuratively, it is just a straight-up pun, and a good one at that.  The latter, and not the former, way is the way you mean it to be taken, the way it is meant to be taken.  I will say this, though...  The pun is clever and witty for sure, but, moreover, vis-a-vis my final interpretation there above, it could be taken in a deeper Buddhistic way (the ordinary as extraordinary) that really gives it some [more (philosophical)] pop.  A Buddhist, especially of the Zen variety, would love it.  It would be mantra in no time. It just, unfortunately, got lost on little old me. I just missed it. This is definitely one of those cases where my close inspection of the trees had me lost in the forest I was in. ...
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« Reply #35 on: Jul 26th, 2008, 8:02pm »
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Guys and gals, I will be "away from my desk" here very soon.  We are going to lose internet access at any moment; I have to run out, and, when I return, it may be off... though I am hoping we have it through tonight (Hawaii time).  In any event, I'll be gone for much, if not most of the time from now through the month of August.  Take care of my "first" baby here in my absence!  ...  We're going to miss Hawaii GREATLY! ... We did love it here and hope a return does, at least, present itself as a "possibility" to us in the future (in the form of a tenure-track position in the Chaminade U. Philosophy Department, for example ).  Well, it'll likely be San Fran or Jersey the next time I see yous.  See yous then!
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« Reply #36 on: Jul 30th, 2008, 1:16am »
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Well, we're in LaLa Land.  Get our car on the morrow and start headin' up the coast.  Be in San Fran probably around Thursday evening.  Meeting at CIIS on Friday.  Anyway, very first day in Cali, and the Steg is already "shakin' things up"...  Had that earthquake in LA here today... Well, I'll be touching base when I can...  Out...
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« Reply #37 on: Aug 13th, 2008, 9:10pm »
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on Jul 30th, 2008, 1:16am, StegRock wrote:
Well, we're in LaLa Land.  Get our car on the morrow and start headin' up the coast.  Be in San Fran probably around Thursday evening.  Meeting at CIIS on Friday.  Anyway, very first day in Cali, and the Steg is already "shakin' things up"...  Had that earthquake in LA here today... Well, I'll be touching base when I can...  Out...

 
Heya, everybody! While there will likely be another internet lull for me of perhaps up to a week or two when we get back to San Fran, I finally WILL have regular internet access at my mom's for the rest of the time I am here in Jersey, until the 21st. ... And, the GBRFL draft is this Sunday!!! See yous around... on "the Gridiron"!!!
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« Reply #38 on: Aug 21st, 2008, 2:23pm »
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Headin' outta Jersey, back to Cali...  My presence on "the Gridiron" will probably be fairly spotty for the next 10 days to 2 weeks...  See yous!
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« Reply #39 on: Sep 14th, 2008, 4:08am »
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Heya, MC, are you hangin' in down there??? Thoughts are with ya...
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« Reply #40 on: Sep 21st, 2008, 6:16am »
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on Sep 14th, 2008, 4:08am, StegRock wrote:
Heya, MC, are you hangin' in down there??? Thoughts are with ya...

 
So, you made it out okay, MC?  Did you find yourself more so providing emergency aid, or was it more so protect the roost?
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« Reply #41 on: Sep 21st, 2008, 8:50pm »
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Changing gears...  How about the LAST GAME EVER presently underway at Yankee Stadium?  I'm not a Yankee fan AT ALL anymore, haven't been for about half my life at this point, but I sort of was when growing up and spent a few evenings up there with my high school buds.  GREAT memories!  GBRFLer "Flesh is Fantasy" a.k.a. Dave Trout shares in them.  I don't know where I stand on the history-versus-progress argument.  I just know that many great moments will be ushered out of our consciousness with the closing and demolition of that stadium as we tend to associate events with places and, in any case, it is sad to see the end of a GREAT, LOOOOONG-STANDING ERA.  I hope the new digs are all they are cracked up to be, minus the history, which I suppose won't matter in a quarter century, anyway, given the apparent epidemic of A.D.S. in America.  Anyway, good-bye, old friend...
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« Reply #42 on: Sep 21st, 2008, 11:48pm »
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We are okay Steve. Didn't see your posts above as I was without power for some time. All is well, thanks for asking
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« Reply #43 on: Oct 2nd, 2008, 1:57pm »
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Well, the Stegeman-Jung clan begin, in earnest, their circling of the wagons for soon-to-arrive baby Monica Marie... (very well could end up being -day).  Heading out to SFO to pick up my mother-in-law, coming in from Korea.  It's her first time to America; heck, it's her first time outside Korea; double heck, it's her first time on a plane!  What an experience!  Very soon now I'll be living in a house with two chattery chinks,... who haven't seen one another in three and a half years (which is about three and a half years longer than they've ever been apart previously),... and I am so happy... for them,... for me,... for baby Monica for the love our two families will undoubtedly give her.  Anyway, gotta roll... See yous on the come around, after the "takeover"... ...
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« Reply #44 on: Oct 11th, 2008, 3:24pm »
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HAD TO share this goodie from the "Help Wanted" board over on theEnglishMaster.com/Internetstitute.com forum (yea, it's still creeping along, at least the jobs section is)...  You guys are going to love this...  You just can't make this stuff up...  The bottom photo is just hilarious...
 
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« Reply #45 on: Oct 18th, 2008, 3:02am »
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Well, boyz and girlz, as I have somewhat of a lull here and before baby Monica Marie arrives, I thought I would take a moment to bring yous up to speed on where we are in life, the good, the bad, and the ugly... and the circumstances that provide the context underlying developments on "the Gridiron" this year...
 
If I only knew the 84-hour nightmare that would commence upon my departure from home to work on my last day of work in Hawaii, Friday, July 25th, I might have just thrown in the towel, waved the white flag and crawled back into bed, rethinking everything. Well, no, I wouldn't have, but I would have gone about things much differently.  For one, I would NOT have worked right up until the end.  Don't get me wrong.  We accomplished a ton, BUT we underestimated.  Looking back, we had a week's worth of work to do with only just a little over a weekend to do it... and a plane to catch. But, we all go through that kind of stuff in life, right?  That's the basics.
 
However, that is only the tip of the iceberg of the nightmare of that weekend and the bigger picture...  Where I was working, if I didn't mention it around here, was in the office of the posh Waikiki condominium Sans Souci (you look at pretty much any panoramic postcard of Waikiki and it's the rightmost high-rise building). There is a pipeline between Sans Souci and the San Francisco Bay area.  Many, if not most, of the owners there come from here.  Uncanny.  Anyway, the VERY short of the story, a very wealthy couple offered up a house-sitting situation.  It was, vis-a-vis our financial picture, my becoming a full-time student again, a baby on the way, no network of family and friends to lean on in the place we were headed, serious concerns about the logistics of health insurance (not the least of which were the coverage of preexisting conditions, I.E. the PREGNANCY, and the usual INaffordability of adding family members to student health insurance plans), etc., etc., the precise blessing we needed to level off the mountain we were looking at having to climb.  So, here we are at about 10:00 p.m. the night of Sunday, July 27th, within less than 15 hours of our departure, still sweating our asses off in the throws of, at that moment, carpet cleaning, and only about three to five days prior to our scheduled initial arrival in the Bay area (after picking up our car and coming up the coast from L.A.) and expecting to be laying our weary heads down in the place we were to house-sit... when the phone rings... ...
 
It's the people who have bestowed this "blessing" on us...  The lady, PLAYING dumb, in a "clueless" manner asks me to "refresh" her memory as to what our plans are.  Mind you, now, I, at her request, weeks prior typed up our itinerary including all of our contact numbers and such and gave it to her.  I, in any event, go on to "refresh" her memory.  She goes on to tell me that her neighbor who was going to give us the keys to the house (and our mail which we had forwarded) was actually going to be away on a vacation and, bottom line, not available to facilitate our entrance into the home.  I eventually asked her if she could give us her copies of the keys in the morning and we could go and make copies (as if we really had the time to do that crap).  She replied with some run-around answer that communicated loud-and-clear more so that she didn't want us staying there than anything intelligible and understandable.  They did leave us with some hope that it might still work out after we return to California from New Jersey to stay for good (or for better or worse, so to speak, in light of the bind they put us in), and we, out of desperation, held on to that hope.  Mind you, though, we'd adjusted our plans based on this offer...  That said, ours was just too fragile of a situation to just "sit back and see what happens"...  So, let the scrambling and the stress begin (and, of course, developments here were just adding to my agony, of course unwittingly, but that just goes to show you the general superficiality of cyber relationships). In the meantime, this bitch is telling me how my pregnant wife needs to take it as easy as possible and have as little stress as possible. Yea, this news, a half day from our departure is, then, obviously what the doctor ordered.  I digress...  It's unbelievable the havoc people who don't (self-)reflect on their actions and words wreak.
 
Now, the good, our two-day trip up the California coast was, from Malibu to Big Sur to Monterey and everything in between, SPEC-TACULAR (and this is saying A LOT considering whence we were coming) and, in terms of our personal circumstances, the President of the Board of Sans Souci and Bay area resident, did step up and ease our pain a bit.  But, again, the bigger picture damage had already been done.  In any case, we headed on to New Jersey to mom's.  The visit hardly ended up being a vacation.  Three years away, and there was just tons of stuff my mom needed me to take care of.  My mom lives on the Jersey shore.  We had ONE beach day, the day before our departure. We did shelter my mom from the "situation" until right at the end of our stay when, after a phone call to the bitch, it became clear that we didn't have a place to stay.
 
So, stuff had to unexpectedly be tossed into storage, and we lived out of a hotel through the first three weeks of school, hemorrhaging cash and me getting little to no schoolwork done.  This was a mess that our original, do-it-ourselves plans for matriculation to California had us avoiding.  We did get "lucky" doing things on our own.  We ended up with a great affordable, conveniently-located place in a decent neighborhood and with a landlord who really is a good person.  For those who are familiar with the area, we are in the south-east Bay in Hayward, not all too far from the Oakland Coliseum, VERY strange and scary for a Donkos fan. We were really just settling in about two weeks ago, the seventh week of the semester, just in time for my mother-in-law to arrive from Korea and baby Monica's arrival here, at this point, within about the next two weeks.
 
Well, I want to keep this post essentially personal, so that'll be it for here, I think, at least for now.  I'm going to put stuff regarding CIIS on the "Steegie-san" thread, where I think it fits better,... in any event.  Along those lines, I may even get around sometime to posting some pics of the Stegeman family adventures of late on the "Photo Album" thread.  We'll see... So, that'll do it for here!  It's been a looooong haul, a bit of a rocky road, but it looks like we've made it, and soon Monica joins us on this roller coaster we call a life.
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Guys and gals, by the time I get back to a computer and "the Gridiron", I'll be a daddy.  Gino had labor induced this evening and will be giving birth to baby Monica Marie sometime tomorrow morning, probably around 6:00 a.m. (PST), they say.  Here we go... Wish us luck!
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on Oct 19th, 2008, 11:17pm, StegRock wrote:
Guys and gals, by the time I get back to a computer and "the Gridiron", I'll be a daddy.  Gino had labor induced this evening and will be giving birth to baby Monica Marie sometime tomorrow morning, probably around 6:00 a.m. (PST), they say.  Here we go... Wish us luck!

 WOO HOO!  Best of luck and positive wishes to Gino, you , and the little one!!
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« Reply #48 on: Oct 20th, 2008, 12:52pm »
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Just spoke with Steve and Monica is here! Mom, Monica and Steve are all doing well. Steve did mention that stats may be a little late this week due to Monica's arrival. HOWEVER, because there was some down time in the labor process, Steve was able to score his game against Warner.
 
Steg says he has been hearing cries ever since Monica's birth. The funny thing is the cries he hears seem to be coming from the east coast...
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Just spoke with Steve and Monica is here! Mom, Monica and Steve are all doing well. Steve did mention that stats may be a little late this week due to Monica's arrival. HOWEVER, because there was some down time in the labor process, Steve was able to score his game against Warner.
 
Steg says he has been hearing cries ever since Monica's birth. The funny thing is the cries he hears seem to be coming from the east coast...

 
That would be correct.  I definitely lost!  The only personal consolation is I had the opportunity to play Joe and go 1 and 1 on the week.
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